Dr. Vasil Yonkov: With the arrival of the seasonal flu, the cases of COVID-19 will decrease

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Dr. Vasil Yonkov: With the arrival of the seasonal flu, the cases of COVID-19 will decrease
Dr. Vasil Yonkov: With the arrival of the seasonal flu, the cases of COVID-19 will decrease

It was recently reported about a patient with coronavirus and seasonal flu, whose condition, contrary to expectations, has improved, Dr. Vasil Yonkov - a specialist hematologist, now retired, explained in our interview. He was the head of a department at the hospital in Gabrovo. He is the author of four books with extremely valuable professional advice for healing the body in a natural way.

In today's issue of the publication, we will comment on the COVID-19 pandemic that has hit the whole world. Dr. Yonkov's point of view on the causes of the pandemic, as well as the hope of dealing with it, is very curious.

Dr. Yonkov, what is your perspective on today's dire situation related to the coronavirus?

- When we say "virus", we always associate it with danger to our he alth. Especially in recent years, when indeed viruses have become more aggressive and new strains have appeared, resistant and more difficult to treat. So far and for now, not only for us, but also for the entire planet, the result of the fight against the coronavirus is one to zero in favor of the virus.

Pandemics have occurred throughout the entire period of human development. For example, the plague from 541 to 700 appeared as many as 17 times with different durations. It takes 10,000 lives a day and a total of 25 million are the victims. That is, a third of the population of Europe at the time. In Africa and the Middle East, the victims are 50 million. Then the so-called bubonic plague in 1346 claimed 200 million victims.

And the so-called popular for all of us Spanish flu that broke out in 1918 and claimed 500 million lives. That is, a third of the planet's population. But during those far back periods, the level of medicine and pharmaceuticals was at a very low level. They were mainly treated with primitive and natural remedies.


You have a very curious and interesting thesis that maybe good viruses also exist. What do you mean?

- Yes, lately I have been concerned with the idea of whether absolutely all viruses are so aggressive and dangerous to humans? Are there not good ones and why not? As there are good bacteria in the structures of the immune system that participate in the elimination of disease-causing pathogens. Here, for example, lactic acid bacteria are used in fermentation, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus is involved in the production of yogurt. There should, I hope, also be good viruses that we are yet to discover to use in the fight against the others, the aggressive ones.

And how did you come up with this idea?

- When I observe the processes in the animal world, I see a continuous antagonism between predators and prey. And I am convinced that every living being carries within itself a potential tendency towards aggression. This is laid down by nature in order for the more adaptable species to survive in the long path of evolutionary development. The fact is that antagonism is everywhere and that it undoubtedly exists between viruses. When new strains are formed, it is the result of intraspecific fighting or the effects of medication.

And how would that help us?

- Recently reported sick with both COVID-19 and seasonal flu. And you know, his condition has not worsened, quite the opposite. That's why I hope that when the seasonal flu comes, the cases of coronavirus will decrease, and hopefully it will. I think I have reason for such an option and hope that it will happen. And I'll explain why.

It has long been observed that in paralytic dementia (a violent consequence of syphilis) and malarial infection, the febrile condition due to malaria sharply altered the course of the dementia. And with only 1% surviving this insidious disease, that rate has risen to 30-40%.

Did you know that rheumatism, which is considered a slow viral infection, is very favorably affected when infected with jaundice. Here, it is antagonism between viruses in favor of seriously ill people. There are many bacteria and molds in the soil that interact by stimulating or suppressing each other. Tubercle bacilli die rapidly in the soil due to microbial antagonism. There are definitely viruses there too.

Do you have any specific recommendations regarding coronavirus therapy?

- A century and a half ago, Louis Pasteur gave the formula: "A microbe is nothing, an organism is everything!". In the human organism, nature has laid down incredible defense mechanisms that are activated without fail when there is an invasion of pathogens. When the immune system is stable, carriers of the virus do not get sick.

Medications are used to stimulate the immune system or it is influenced by the so-called autohemotherapy - when it is injected from the patient's own blood according to a special 20-day program of ascending and descending doses. With this stimulation, the protective mechanisms are activated, the body's resistance increases. But most impressive is the intensive production of antibodies as a shield against viral diseases and in relation to slow bacterial infections.

The main danger with COVID-19 is that it affects the immune system first and then the lung tissue. Note that 80% of the entire immune system is concentrated in the mucosal layers of the small intestine in the form of lymphoid aggregates and antibody production.

Therefore, our measures, especially preventive measures, must be directed at the intestines to prevent the virus from reaching the lungs. It is recommended to use garlic water as a natural vaccine. One or two cloves are cut in half and poured in a porcelain cup in the morning with spring water at room temperature. And in the evening, 3-4 hours after the last meal, drink two-thirds of the water. The next day it is done again and this continues for a month.